While waiting for MacArthur's troops to return to the Philippines, a brave American colonel assembles a team of guerillas to battle the Japanese. Colorized version available.
Rodgers and Hammerstein musical about a Hong Kong girl who goes to San Francisco for an arranged marriage but falls in love with another man.
A hypochondriac soldier's girlfriend stows away on his ship, bound for the Pacific during World War II. Kaye's screen debut!
Blake Edwards' bitter farce about a multi-million dollar movie that bombs at the box office forcing the director to jazz it up with some pornography and a nude scene starring his own wife. Wildly funny.
Sequel to successful tearjerker, "Love Story", in which the recently widowed Oliver becomes involved with a beautiful heiress.
A band of small-time crooks accidentally steals the mob's money in Don Siegel's action-filled Charley Varrick (1973) starring Walter Matthau.
Elvis as fisherman Ross Carpenter performs Earth Boy by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett for Laurel (Laurel Goodwin) and with Mai Ling and Tai Ling (Ginny and Elizabeth Tiu) in Girls! Girls! Girls!, 1962.
A cow is standing on Dean Higgins' (Joe Flynn) foot as he tells Professor Quigley (William Shallert) and students (including Kurt Russell as Dexter) that he's cutting budgets in The Strongest Man in the World, 1975.
Elvis as fisherman Ross Carpenter stands in for singer Robin (Stella Stevens) at the night club performing I Don't Want To Be by Janice Torre and Fred Spielman in Girls! Girls! Girls!, 1962.
Race-driver Jim (Dean Jones) clashes with Thorndyke (David Tomlinson) as Carole (Michele Lee) mediates and Herbie makes his first appearance in Disney's The Love Bug, 1969.
Dean Higgins (Joe Flynn) demonstrates the effects of his University's new strength formula for the chairman of a cereal company (Eve Arden) and her board in Disney's The Strongest Man in the World, 1975.
Elvis is back in Hawaii and Stella Stevens and Laurel Goodwin are just two of the many Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962).
Gangster A.J. Arno (Cesar Romero) and his sidekick Cookie (Dick Bakalyan) are offered an industrial espionage job by Harry (Dick Van Patten) on their release from prison in Disney's The Strongest Man in the World, 1975.
TCM fan and guest programmer Philip Himberg on big screens, Flower Drum Song (1961), Vivien Leigh and Waterloo Bridge (1940) in the TCM Original My Retrospective.
James Shigeta (as Wang Ta) leads Miyoshi Umeki (as Mei Li) into her Asian-inflected song I Am Going to Like it Here by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II in Flower Drum Song, 1961.
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